NAU Golfers Compete at Classic Club

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Northern Arizona University’s Golf Team competed in the Wyoming University’s Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate at the Classic Club in Palm Desert, California over the weekend.

NAU Golfers Emma Reyes and Loren Skibba finished in the final round on Sunday. Sophomore Skibba tied for 56th overall with a 32-over performance and four birdies over the weekend. She opened the tournament with an 80 in the first round, followed by two rounds with scores of 84. Her sophomore teammate Reyes placed 60th with a 35-over performance, having started the weekend with an 89 before bouncing back with an 80 in the second round and 82 on Sunday. Like Skibba, she finished with four birdies.

While these two were the only NAU golfers participating in the competition, the Lumberjacks will return to the links this weekend for the University of Denver’s Ron Moore Women’s Intercollegiate in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. 

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